• Sharing in his death by our baptism means that we were co-buried with him, so that when the Father’s glory raised Christ from the dead, we were also raised with him. We have been co-resurrected with him so that we could be empowered to walk in the freshness of new life.

    For since we are permanently grafted into him to experience a death like his, then we are permanently grafted into him to experience a resurrection like his and the new life that it imparts. - Romans 6:4-4(TPT).

    We are glad on your decision to be Baptized into Christ. Kindly note to put the following in place as the day draws close.

    1. Make adequate plans to attend the preparatory session for the Baptism. This is crucial and will be communicated to you. (- A Bible, note pad and pen is important to take notes).

    2. Dress code is White top on white trousers/skirts. Note: All females are required to wear black camisoles and black cycling shorts/leggings under their white attires.

    3. Large towels that can cover your body frame when you step out of the water is required.

    4. Come along with an extra wear/change of clothes.

    If you have any other enquiry, please feel free to call us on - 08028356363/08077714411.